Envoy - There's A Way Back

Saturday 1st September 1990
Envoy - There's A Way Back

LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Cassette Album

Reviewed by Tony May

Um. Oh dear. See I can remember the 60s, when all Christian groups sounded like this. Don't want to write what I really think, 'cos us reviewers aren't allowed to go anonymous. So let's search for redeeming features. Well, maybe they are OK live, have a good local ministry, and are sincere. Probably their first attempt, and anyway who wants to discourage these brave lads? O 'eck I can't keep it up; it's a rotten tape of insipid soft pop-rock displaying miniscule talent, and painful to listen to. There, I've said it, and I feel better now. Mr. Editor, I write for another mag which allows reviewers to cower anonymously behind an "And The Rest ..." column in this kind of situation. Any chance of such protection for hapless reviewers faced with a similar "no-win" predicament here? hopefully, for Envoy, "There's A Way Back" from this disaster.

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